Pinball FX2 VR (PSVR) Review

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Zen Studios brings their new pinball platform to PlayStation VR. Averaging at about $5 per table, is there enough here to justify a purchase? Watch the review to find out more.

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32 thoughts on “Pinball FX2 VR (PSVR) Review”

  1. I have all the tables on ps4, steam, android, Osi and even amazon and I have to say there are all great in any format but playing the fx2 VR tables is just another step up and the playability is just never ending just like playing a real table. I hope they will recreate more of the tables in VR. star wars would be so awesome as well as the marvel tables.

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  2. i love pinball games, the lights, sounds, physics of the ball..but that's the problem, no control over the ball rolling straight down the middle..then what's tilt, pushing the entire machine? every time its dropping down the middle?

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  3. When I first saw this game I thought pinball is perfect for VR. I used to have a real pinball machine in my home. It was amazing but it took up so much space and it cost a small fortune to purchase and get delivered.

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  4. Hey, nice reviews. You described exactly how I was feeling about games, until vr. I don't play any non vr games anymore, just always wondering how fun they would be in VR.

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  5. 7 months ago I wasn't sure about the value of this game. Today I picked it up in the current sale and WOW. It's a hidden PSVR gem. Shame I've got to go to work now or I would be on it all day. Very addictive and the immersion is total. The default camera was a little too close but leaning forward and pressing the square button adjusted the distance of the table for a better view. I recommend this while it is discounted.

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  6. god i love pinball. i don't get when you say you are terrible at pinball yet say you will explore the tables for hours lol! The machine tells you what to do next step is to just work on your ball control and shots!

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  7. Outside of the Switch (because of that obvious Nintendo magic) and its games, I feel exactly the same when it comes to PSVR, or VR as a platform in general. I'd zero interest in buying a PS4, but VR has revived my interest in games almost to the extent of the way I used to feel. In the past decade or so, give or take a few years, gaming in general has just felt stale and boring, save for the odd title. You are absolutely spot on about what you said about VR at the end of this review. People who doubt it just don't understand or have a clue, and if they had their way, we'd all be gaming on a dual shock and Xbox/Playstation console with the same shit for the next two decades. No thank you. Thank god VR has come into maturity when it has.

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  8. It kind of sounds silly but this is my favorite PSVR game, I have a lot of them too, Rush of Blood in incredible, Sports Bar is great when there's someone to play pool with but this game has really surprised me, I didn't really like pinball before, didn't dislike it either but I love it now, never realized how deep of a game it was, I wasnt originally gonna get the DLC but now I have to!

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  9. I always wanted to have a real pinball table since I played on windows 98 and now thanks to PSVR is possible and much better than a real table, I guess.
    Great video and review.

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  10. The PC version of this game is much better because you can bump up the quality of the resolution. On the PSVR system the resolution seems very low and there is a lot of jaggy edges that strobe as you move your view.. They need to get this fixed as it makes motion sickness a bigger issue even when sitting still. I still love it and will buy all DLC.. I just want people to know that the Steam version for the Vive and Rift are better but only because of the higher resolutions.

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  11. Wow you nailed it. For the past couple of years, my joy of gaming has been fading for that exact same reason. I just feel like I'm playing the same stuff over and over again in new packaging. And VR has rejuvenated the franchise for me.

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